Stanley Whitney

Untitled, 2015

Gouache on Paper
Unframed : 11 x 15 inches (28 x 38 cm.)
Framed: 17 3/4 x 21 3/4 inches (45 x 55.2 cm.)
Very Good
Private Collection
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Stanley Whitney is an American painter known for his use of grids in his imagery. His art practice involves the use of bold, bright colors and a focus on abstraction. In his black and white drawings, Whitney often uses a grid-like structure as a starting point for his compositions. The grids serve as a framework for the placement of simple geometric shapes, such as squares and rectangles, which he then fills with gestural marks and bold lines. The resulting imagery is striking, with a strong sense of movement and energy. Whitney's use of grids in his artwork is often seen as a nod to the work of the American abstract painter, Agnes Martin, and the Dutch artist, Piet Mondrian.

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